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The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity is housed in an 11-story structure originally built for The Christian Science Publishing Society constructed between 1932 and 1934, and the present plaza was constructed in the late 1960s and early 1970s to include a 28 story administration building, a colonnade, and a reflecting pool with fountain, designed by Araldo Cossutta of I. M. Pei and Partners ( now Pei Cobb Freed ).
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The Church of Christ, Scientist was founded in 1879 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, by Mary Baker Eddy.
The church was founded by Mary Baker Eddy in 1879 following a personal healing in 1866, which she claimed resulted from reading the Bible.
In February 1866, Mary Baker Eddy ( known at the time as Mary Glover ) was healed of an injury " that neither medicine nor surgery could reach ..." ( Ret 24: 12 ).
The readers of her book gathered into an organization and gradually developed into a church, with Mary Baker Eddy as its pastor.
The Christian Science Board of Directors is a five-person executive entity created by Mary Baker Eddy to conduct the business of the Christian Science Church under the terms defined in the by-laws of the Church Manual.
From the moment Mark Twain published his 1907 attack on Christian Science, the Church, and Mary Baker Eddy, herself, Christian Science has been subject to significant criticism and public controversy.
However, according to his biographer, Albert Paine, Twain seemed to take issue more with what he saw as Mary Baker Eddy's cult of personality than with the actual ideas of Christian Science saying:
These critics state that Mary Baker Eddy's interpretation of Christian scripture diverges too greatly from basic tenets of Christianity.
* " Mary Baker Eddy: Christian Healer ( Twentieth-Century Biographers Series ) Yvonne Cache Von Fettweis * ( 2010 )
* " Rolling Away the Stone: Mary Baker Eddy's Challenge to Materialism ( Religion in North America ) Stephen Gottschalk ( 2011 )
* Mary Baker Eddy: The Years of Discovery ; Mary Baker Eddy: The Years of Trial ; and Mary Baker Eddy: The Years of Authority comprise the three-volume biography of Eddy favored by Christian Scientists.
* The Life of Mary Baker G. Eddy and the History of Christian Science by Willa Cather and Georgine Milmine ( 1909 ) began as a famous Muckraking magazine series 1907 – 08.
* God's Perfect Child: Living and Dying in the Christian Science Church by Caroline Fraser ( 2000 ), a biography of Mary Baker Eddy and a history of the Christian Science church from its founding to the present day, with a detailed section on the " child cases " of the 1980s.
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The CTCA program of activities was profuse: William Farnum and Mary Pickford on the screen, Elsie Janis and Harry Lauder on the stage, books provided by the American Library Association, full equipment for games and sports -- except that no `` bones '' were furnished for the all-time favorite pastime played on any floor and known as `` African golf ''.
Two illuminated Psalters, the Queen Mary Psalter ( British Library Ms. Royal 2B, vii ) and the Isabella Psalter ( State Library, Munich ), contain full Bestiary cycles.
Mary, Queen of Scots | Mary Stuart's personal breviary, which she took with her to the scaffold, is preserved in the National Library of Russia of St. Petersburg
In April 2011, Limehouse Library having closed in 2003, the Attlee statue was unveiled in its new home at Queen Mary University of London.
The first literary connection of Joseph of Arimathea with Britain had to wait for the ninth-century Life of Mary Magdalene attributed to Rabanus Maurus ( AD 766 – 856 ), Archbishop of Mainz ; however, the earliest authentic copy of the Maurus text is one housed in the Bodleian Library of Oxford University.
* The Earl Gregg Swem Library at the College of William & Mary has a first edition copy of the Principia
An illumination of Stephen Harding ( right ) presenting a model of his church to the Blessed Virgin Mary ( Roman Catholic ) | Blessed Virgin Mary ( Municipal Library, Dijon ).
Collodi, who died in 1890, was respected during his lifetime as a talented writer and social commentator, and his fame continued to grow when Pinocchio was first translated into English by Mary Alice Murray in 1892, whose translation was added to the widely-read Everyman's Library in 1911.
A view from the Cupola, showing other important buildings in central Oxford, including the Radcliffe Camera and University Church of St Mary the Virgin | St Marys, looking south east over the Bodleian Library.
The Camera, as viewed from outside the Bodleian Library on Catte Street, with University Church of St Mary the Virgin | St Mary's obscured behind left.
Historic attractions open to the public include the Mary Ball Washington Museum and Library, Belle Isle State Park and the eighteenth-century Christ Church ).
File: Brantley, Alabama Municipal Building and Mary Moxley Weed Public Library. JPG | Brantley Municipal Building and Mary Moxley Weed Public Library
Several sites in Washington are on the National Register of Historic Places including the Wilkes County Courthouse, the Robert Toombs State Historic Site, and the Mary Willis Library, known for its Victorian architecture and original Tiffany stained glass windows, and for being the first free public library in the state.
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A new queen, with the prosaic title of Q3, had been planned for several years to replace the Queen Mary.
Thus in Mary wrote an account of the trip first strong stress on Mary marks Mary as the first in a series of people who wrote accounts of the trip, strong stress on wrote marks the writing as the first of a series of actions of Mary's concerned with an account of her trip ( about which she may later have made speeches, for example ), and strong stress on trip makes the trip the first of a series of subjects about which Mary wrote accounts.
Before coming on a visit to Spelman in 1885, Miss Mary had been a successful teacher in Worcester, and her position there was held open for her for a considerable period.
Mrs. Mary Self, who knows more than any other person about the 5,000 city employes for whom she has kept personnel records over the years, has closed her desk and retired.
) Back home in Coolidge, Ariz., his 36-year-old wife, Mary, said: `` I thought they were going to Phoenix to look for jobs ''.
Only in its final scene, where Beatie Bryant ( Mary Doyle ) shakes off the disappointment of being jilted by her intellectual lover and proclaims her emancipation do we get much which makes worthwhile the series of boorish rustic happenings we have had to watch for most of the first two and one-half acts.
But Mary would soon no longer be living there, for she would be notified in a few days that her husband had died in an accident while on a flight to Tahiti.
Mary did return in November 1836, and Lincoln courted her for a time ; however, they both had second thoughts about their relationship.
During these visits Shelley wrote the poem " Mont Blanc ", Byron wrote " The Prisoner of Chillon " and the dramatic poem Manfred, and Mary Shelley, who found the scenery overwhelming, conceived the idea for the novel Frankenstein in her villa on the shores of Lake Geneva in the midst of a thunderstorm.
Gaudi, a Catholic and a devotee of the Virgin Mary, planned for the Casa Milà to be a spiritual symbol.
Mary Peabody Mann served as a French instructor for a time. The school was briefly famous, and then infamous, because of his original methods.
The couple were married for 50 years and had five children: Martha ( 1828 ), Charles ( 1830 ), Mary ( 1832 ), Robert ( 1834 ), and Andrew Jr. ( 1852 ).
Famous people who have studied the Alexander Technique include writers Aldous Huxley, Robertson Davies and Roald Dahl, playwright George Bernard Shaw, actors Judy Dench, Hilary Swank, Ben Kingsley, Michael Caine, Jeremy Irons, John Cleese, Kevin Kline, William Hurt, Jamie Lee Curtis, Paul Newman, Mary Steenburgen, Robin Williams and Patti Lupone, musicians Paul McCartney, Madonna, Yehudi Menuhin and Sting, and Nobel Prize winner for medicine and physiology Nikolaas Tinbergen.
The anthem developed as a replacement for the Catholic " votive antiphon " commonly sung as an appendix to the main office to the Blessed Virgin Mary or other saints.
To the east of Batalha is the world famous location of Fátima and a point of pilgrimage for the Roman Catholic religion due to the vision of the Virgin Mary in 1917 by three young children whilst tending their flock.
He and Mary Anne alternated between Hughenden and several homes in London for the remainder of their marriage.